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There is a 20 percent gap between the number of boys and girls attending school[ビジネス・キャリア>職業・資格>TOEFL・TOEIC・英語検定]以下はエチオピアの一地方の女の子Samia Sadikの置かれた教育状況を述べている英文の一部です。 Samia is a good example of the effort to provide all girls with an education. There is a 20 percent gap between the number of…
Kindertotenlieder – Song Cycle for Voice and Orchestra: I. Nun will die Sonn’ so hell aufgeh’n (Children of Men – 2006)
Kindertotenlieder - Song Cycle for Voice and Orchestra: I. Nun will die Sonn' so hell aufgeh'n (Children of Men - 2006)
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英文 日本語に訳してください Coretta Scott K[教養と学問、サイエンス|宿題]英文 日本語に訳してください Coretta Scott King, the window of Martin Luther King, Jr., died on January 30, 2006, at the age of 78. Coretta Scott was born in the sourhern state of Alabama in a family that valued (****①). She graduated from Antioch College in Ohio. Then she studied singing at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Coretta Scott was already involved in the civil rights movement when she met Mertin Luther King, Jr. in Boston. They were married in 1953. She gave up her music studies to work with her husband in the battle to stop racism against black people. The Kings had four children, but that did not stop Mrs. King from taking part in civil rights activities. She sang, read poems and spoke at more than thirty Freedom Concerts to raise money for the civil rights movement. After Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered in 1968, Coretta Scott King worked to keep his dream alive. Speaking to a crowd after her husband’s death, she said, “How long will it take, and how many men must die before we can really have a free and true and peaceful society?” Coretta Scott King worked to establish Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a national holiday that is celebrated each January. And she started the Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs. King served as its president for 26 years. Her son Dexter King has served as president since 1994. Coretta Scott King also worked for the (****②) of other minorities and women. She once called on American women to unite to fight racism, Poverty and war. ①と②に入るのは〔education homes racism rights studies〕 のうちどれですか?Government supported, free pub[教養と学問、サイエンス|言葉、語学|英語]Government supported, free public schools for all started being established after the revolution, and expanded in the 19th century, as the results of efforts of men like Horace Man n and Booker T. Washington. By 1870, all states had free elementary schools,[5] albeit only in urban centers. As the 20th century drew nearer, states started passing laws to make schooling compulsory, and by 1910, 72 percent of children attended school. Private schools continued to spread during this time, as well as colleges and in the rural centers land grant colleges. The year of 1910 also saw the first true high schools. During the rest of the 20th century, educational efforts centered on reducing the inequality of the schooling system. The landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education made the desegregation of elementary and high schools a national priority, while the Pell Grant program helped poor minorities gain access to college. Special education was made into federal law in 1975. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 made standardized testing a requirement, and in 1983, a commission was established to evaluate their results and propose a course of action. The resulting No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 was controversial and its goals proved to be unrealistic. A commission established in 2006 evaluated higher education, but its recommendations have yet to be fully implemented.この英文を日本語に訳してください! Coretta Scot[教養と学問、サイエンス|宿題]この英文を日本語に訳してください! Coretta Scott King, the window of Martin Luther King, Jr., died on January 30, 2006, at the age of 78. Coretta Scott was born in the sourhern state of Alabama in a family that valued (****①). She graduated from Antioch College in Ohio. Then she studied singing at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Coretta Scott was already involved in the civil rights movement when she met Mertin Luther King, Jr. in Boston. They were married in 1953. She gave up her music studies to work with her husband in the battle to stop racism against black people. The Kings had four children, but that did not stop Mrs. King from taking part in civil rights activities. She sang, read poems and spoke at more than thirty Freedom Concerts to raise money for the civil rights movement. After Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered in 1968, Coretta Scott King worked to keep his dream alive. Speaking to a crowd after her husband’s death, she said, “How long will it take, and how many men must die before we can really have a free and true and peaceful society?” Coretta Scott King worked to establish Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a national holiday that is celebrated each January. And she started the Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs. King served as its president for 26 years. Her son Dexter King has served as president since 1994. Coretta Scott King also worked for the (****②) of other minorities and women. She once called on American women to unite to fight racism, Poverty and war. ①と②に入るのは〔education homes racism rights studies〕 のうちどれですか?

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